Sites & Attractions
Geopark

Tumbler Ridge Eco-Tourism

Tumbler Ridge was founded in the early 80’s as a mining community and has developed into a world class destination for eco-tourism. It also became home to the 2nd Global Geopark in North America on September 23rd, 2014 . It has an amazing diversity of outstanding and accessible mountain geology, extraordinary waterfalls, breathtaking scenery and dinosaur fossils. Tumbler Ridge offers a unique experience for people of all ages.

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Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation

Tumbler Ridge Museum

The volunteer-run TRMF was founded in 2002. Its Dinosaur Discovery Gallery was opened in 2007 and shows the region’s remarkable palaeontological history! It also offers a Dinosaur Camp - the only camp of its kind in British Columbia - where you take field trips to fossil sites of Cretaceous age and older, take part in Dinosaur excavation exercises and enjoy fascinating lectures and field activities with real palaeontologists.

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Community Centre

Tumbler Ridge Community Centre

With nearly 90,000 square feet, the exceptional Tumbler Ridge Community Center has so much to offer! It consists of an Aquatic Centre with a 25m - 4 Lane Pool, Tots pool, Sauna, Hot tub and Steam room; an 85' x 200' Arena; Indoor Playground; Gym; Museum; Art Gallery; Curling Rink; Squash and Raquetball courts; Library, and Licensed Lounge that overlooks the Arena.

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Tumbler Ridge is Unique

What makes Tumbler Ridge unique? - Its Heritage, breathtaking scenery, year-round activities (of every type) and friendly people! This also makes Tumbler Ridge one of the most beautiful places to visit!

Take a hike to see the facinating dinosaur prints or visit the Museum, go for an ATV or sled ride in the mountains, take a trip up the beautiful Murray River and take in the exceptional view of Kinuseo Falls, where a few scenes from the movie "Seventh Son" was filmed!

Tumbler Ridge is an outdoorsmans paradise with so much to do and explore, for people of all ages!

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